Final Day of the 2024 ILCA 6 Women’s World Championships

Mar del Plata, Argentina – Today concluded one of the most important sailing events of the year, the 2024 ILCA 6 Women’s World Championship, organized by the Yacht Club Argentino and the International Laser Class Association, held in the City of Mar del Plata, Argentina.

On the sixth and final day of the championship, an east wind of approximately 12 knots held through the gold and silver fleet races. As the day progressed, the wind shifted to the northeast and gradually decreased to 7 knots, closing the Medal Race with the classic Mar del Plata breeze.

Anne Marie Rindom from Denmark was crowned Women’s World Champion in the ILCA 6 Class 2024, maintaining her lead throughout the championship. The current Olympic champion finished with 58 points in eleven races. Charlotte Rose from the United States finished in second place with 75 points, and with a three-point difference, the Belgian Emma Plasschaert secured third place.

The following sailors completed the top ten finishes:

4th Maud Jayet | SUI
5th Line Flem Hoest | NOR
6th Monika Mikkola | FIN
7th Maria Erdi | HUN
8th Maxime Jonker | NED
9th Josefin Olsson | SWE
10th Hannah Snellgrove | GBR

A total of 101 sailors from 46 countries participated, including Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Bermuda, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Cyprus, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Fiji, Finland, France, Germany, Guatemala, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Lithuania, Mexico, Norway, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, the United States, Uruguay, and Venezuela.


Event Website

Text by: ILCA/Yacht Club Argentino

Photos by: Matias Capizzano